New Delhi: Here, we achieved another environmental win. Do you still not understand? For now, just make it as transparent as water. We are discussing water, and India has two more beaches that are among the world’s cleanest beaches. Bhupender Yadav, the Union’s Environment Minister, reaffirmed this statement.
“happy moment The list of blue beaches now includes two more Indian beaches. ” Mr. Yadav tweeted that Minicoy, Thundi Beach, and Kadmat Beach, all of which are located in Lakshadweep, are the proud entries in the sought-after list of Blue Beaches.
Two more Indian beaches have made it to the list of Blue Beaches. Minicoy, Thundi Beach and Kadmat Beach – both in Lakshadweep – are the proud entrants in the coveted list of Blue Beaches, an eco-label given to the cleanest beaches in the world. pic.twitter.com/i2bTdB5tJi
— Bhupender Yadav (@byadavbjp) October 26, 2022
The Honorable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, also expressed his love and gratitude for two more Indian beaches receiving the blue flag.
“This is great! Congratulations, particularly to the people of Lakshadweep, for this feat. India’s coastline is remarkable and there is also a great amount of passion among our people to further coastal cleanliness,” PM Narendra Modi said.
This is great! Congratulations, particularly to the people of Lakshadweep, for this feat. India’s coastline is remarkable and there is also a great amount of passion among our people to further coastal cleanliness. https://t.co/4gRsWussRt
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 26, 2022
When Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav posted about the development, PM Modi responded. Now in India, we have a total of 12 beaches.
This is a step in India’s persistent effort to create a sustainable environment, which is being led by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, he tweeted.
While Thundi Beach is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches in the Lakshadweep archipelago, with white sand and turquoise lagoon water as its backdrop, Kadmat Beach is particularly well-liked by cruise visitors who come to the island for water sports.